Hurricane Irma Was Not a Typical Hurricane

Hurricanes, when they happen, are almost always a great way to make a lot of money in a short period of time.  But in all my years as a cat IA, I've never seen the kind of fee schedules I was getting in my email from the most random vendors.  More than a thousand dollars for a claim with $500 worth of damage?  What??!  

In this video I talk about the reasons I think this happened and remind everybody that these kind of large-scale damage events don't occur every year and the circumstances that caused these Irma fee schedules are even rarer.  

Working adjusters rely on hail to bring home the bacon.

Mathew Allen

I teach new catastrophe adjusters how to get started in the business.  I also build my own websites and sites for friends (who sometimes pay me).  In addition, I film and produce personal adventure videos for hunting and fishing clients.